Ann Hopkins Case: An Examination Of Hiring Process Discrimination

Ann Hopkins was portrayed in our Harvard Business Review case as a strong, smart, and aggressive hard-worker. She moved her way up through many impressive jobs: a mathematician at IBM, a computer science and usage manager dealing with NASA accounts, and a systems management consultant at a prominent accounting firm, Touche Ross. She took her … Read more

Results of using non-standard English in a workplace

Communication may be perceived as a many-sided phenomenon that denotes dissimilar ideas to different individuals. Accordingly, using non-standard English in the workplace may defeat the primary objective of the organization because workers may misinterpret different concepts, and, as a result, create communication barriers (Odine 1616). This development is common in the case in enterprises where … Read more

Planning Work Activities: Case Application Of The Profit TV Series And Mr. Cory’s Cookies

Introduction Mr Cory’s cookies is a start-up bakery founded by 13-year-old entrepreneur Cory Nieves and his single mother mom Lisa Howard in 2009. At age 6, Cory started his small business as a way to raise money to buy his mom a car after growing tired of riding public transportation. He started selling hot chocolate … Read more

Reflection Experience

Reflective writing is a useful approach for nurses to learn from experience.In nursing, self reflection is essential to acknowledge own strength and limitation and to initiate necessary changes in future to improve the situation and for professional development (Ushe,Foster& Stewart,2012). I have selected Gibb’s reflective cycle to reflect the incident as it helps to express … Read more

Workplace Spirituality In India

Nobody ever thought that Spirituality could get related to management. The two fields which were entirely different from each other today are seeking lot of recognition and it seems as if they are gelling pretty well with each other. One of a new dimension in management studies and research approaches is Workplace Spirituality which is … Read more

Critical Reflection On Providing Supervision And Mentoring Support To Others Within The Work Place Through Teaching, Learning And Assessment

The purpose of this essay is to critically reflect on providing supervision and mentoring support to others within the work place through teaching, learning and assessment. Evidence will be drawn from knowledge and understanding of theories and principles in practice of supervising and mentoring people within the work place, and how it fits into the … Read more

My first day of work

Names are forgotten, faces become blur, memories fade away. Time does that, I thought with time her memory would fade away, but it did not! The days that followed were busy and my mind occupied, but I couldn’t help it when every now and then I would stop everything I was doing and think about … Read more

Survivor Syndrome In The Workplace

With over 39,000 American mass layoff events during the Great Recession, December 2007-June 2009, corporate downsizing seems like an integral practice of modern organizational life (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Downsizing refers to the deliberate reduction of workforce size to improve organizational performance (Nair, 2008). Companies turn to downsizing, or layoffs, in hopes to reduce labor … Read more

Concepts of Employee Work Commitment

Commitment is viewed as an attitude towards the organization that links the identity of the individual to the entity. According to Meyer and Allen (1991) commitment is a psychological state that characterizes the employee’s relationship with the organization and has implications for the decision to continue membership in the organization. Meyer and Allen (1997) extended … Read more

Concepts of Employee Work Commitment

Commitment is viewed as an attitude towards the organization that links the identity of the individual to the entity. According to Meyer and Allen (1991) commitment is a psychological state that characterizes the employee’s relationship with the organization and has implications for the decision to continue membership in the organization. Meyer and Allen (1997) extended … Read more

Human Resource Management: Pros & Cons Of Diversity In Workplace

Human Resource Management is a process that helps to manage the human talent to accomplish the objective of an organization. People play a crucial role in an organization. They provide inspiration,vision, motivation that help an organization to alive. People provide the skills and competencies that are necessary to achieve an organization goal. Moreover, they offer … Read more

Workplace ethics and whistleblowing: Lying about the conduct of a co-worker

Ethics are the ethical rules that drive a person’s conduct. Individuals have individual ethics in numerous parts of their lives. Working environment ethics are, by definition, the ethical rules that guide a man’s activities in the work environment. Moral models can differ from industry to industry, and from position to position inside an industry. They … Read more

What is supervision

There are many definition of explaining what supervision is but the core point remains the same. According the ASSP who define supervision like ,,a method of continuously developing the professional skills of a helping person with the help of a qualified supervisor. It creates an organized opportunity to reflect current work topics and is one … Read more

Unemployment Problem, Its Cascading Effect And Solutions To Tackle The Issue From Different Angles

Introduction Unemployment is a critical social and economic problem in both developed and developing countries. Recent survey shows that Arab youth consider unemployment as a serious problem and a big social concern. This report discusses and defines the unemployment problem, its cascading effect and suggests solutions to tackle the issue from different angles. Definition of … Read more

Building Teamwork in Workplace

As Unilever is a team they have a mission and a vision, they have ambitious plans to grow their business while reducing their overall environmental footprint and increasing their positive social impact, and only through partnering with you, their suppliers will be sustainable and profitable growth to be achievable. Unilever has a team agenda selling … Read more

Personal Ideal Workplace

Growing up in Japan, I had the immense privilege of experiencing a culture very much centered on high levels of respect, honor, and hard work. Being surrounded by these cultural attitudes has allowed me to develop a somewhat different approach to the professional arena. While working at my mother’s clinic in Japan I developed an … Read more

An Evaluation of the McDonald V. Santa Fe Trail Transportation Case in Respect to Staff Treatment at Work

Employee treatment at workplace has been a huge issue over the years with significant focus on the need to develop a crucial understanding on how employers are expected to engage their employees. Unexplained dismissals have been a source of concern to employees who are unable to concentrate on their overall performance within an organizational environment. … Read more

Internally Consistent Job Structures

Job Descriptions This section illustrates an overview of the different positions offered by e-sonic. It comes up with a detailed description of each position in a way that suits the needs of the organization. Executive Assistant Summary. The profile of an Executive Assistant includes the ability to perform high-level administrative tasks such as conducting researches, … Read more